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1950: Reel 4: Peru. June 29-30. Cuzco. San Sebastian. Pisac. Ollantaytambo.
Market at Cuzco.
Quechua people working mud with feet.
Crockery and peppers.
Llamas coming down stepped street, [cu of llamas]
Woman (with baby on back/ spinning.)
Girl with grindstone.
Quechua person washing onions in stream along side of road. [2:36 - per frame]
Church in San Sebastian.
Ruined church tower and bell.
Red flag indicating "meat for sale".
Very narrow mountain trail.
Cultivated terrace field in Pisac.
Wall along river to conserve land.
Terrace farming on mountainside.
Large baking oven.
Village chief going to meeting. [People coming out of church; wedding;
villagers; cone shells ]
Cacao leaves for sale.
Holes in distant mountainside indicate burial vaults.
Water channel near base of mountain built by Incas.
Stones projection from wall serve as steps.
Bridge huts and terrace farming.
Inca building just above shadow line.